The intention of identifying the book as “Intra-Seal” is to call attention not just to the sole, singular issue of where the timing of the Harpazo falls within Jacob’s overall teaching, but to serve as a platform to establish the scriptural basis for all the elements related to the doctrine of the Harpazo and Resurrection.
When it comes to books devoted to eschatology in general and the Rapture specifically, they often either read like a formal academic argument written solely for the benefit of scholars or employ the use of fiction to avoid directly handling the underlying biblical text. As with Jacob's previous books and exhaustive list of sermons covering nearly every area of theology, Harpazo presents the doctrine of the Rapture and Resurrection in the strictest biblical sense possible, leveraging the handling of Scripture in the same manner as passed along to us by Christ through the Apostles and Early Church of the 1st century.
Grain For the Famine offers some of Jacob's most popular sermons. In this day when the Church is looking for a purpose and running to and fro looking for the next program and starving from these activities, Moriel offers Grain to satisfy that hunger for these last days.
The second chapter of second Thessalonians tells us there will be a falling away before the day of the Lord.
How can we avoid this falling away? One candidate for producing a massive falling away, and which has roots in most of the world’s religions, is already on the scene. It has even made significant in-roads into evangelical churches. The Emergent Church promotes this.
This book was written to accompany Jacob's part in the film, "The Daniel Project". Jacob expands on that documentary and explains more fully about the world in which we live today and what it may mean in the light of those Biblical prophecies.
Israel, The Church, and The Jews is a themed assortment of biblical teaching and essays focused on providing a biblically balanced and comprehensive perspective on the major aspects of the relationship theologically and historically
With the rise and proliferation of false prophets and false teachers this has come true in our day. People are perishing for a lack of knowledge. Yet God promises in His Word that the righteious will never go without bread. In a follow up to Grain for the Famine, Moriel humbly offers More Grain for the Famine to feed the faithful in these last days.